|False Testimony And Jurisprudence In The Service Of Justice - Yitzhak|
Halachic perspectives on false testimony and jurisprudence in the service of justice.
Keywords: justice; jurisprudence; lying; testimony; unanimity; due process
|Edgar Steele framed by Bill Maher's cousin the terrorist bomber assassin 2 - RBN Radio|
"In the 21st Century, everything about the U.S. government is a fraud." -Wesley Hoyt, former prosecutor and attorney for Cyndi Steele, Rick Adams Radio Show on Republic Boadcasting Network, 19 May 2011 http://republicbroadcasting.org Rick Adams Radio Interview Part 1: http://www.archive.org/details/EdgarSteeleFramedByBillMahersCousinTheTerroristBomberAssassin Rick Adams Radio Interview Part 2: http://www.archive.org/details/EdgarSteeleFramedByBillMahersCousinTheTerroristBomberAssassin2 Attorney ...
Keywords: constitutional law; due process; dirty cops; FBI
|Edgar Steele framed by Bill Maher's cousin the terrorist bomber assassin - RBN Radio|
"In the 21st Century, everything about the U.S. government is a lie." -Wesley Hoyt, former prosecutor and attorney for Cyndi Steele, Rick Adams Radio Show on Republic Boadcasting Network, 19 May 2011 http://republicbroadcasting.org Rick Adams Radio Interview Part 1: http://www.archive.org/details/EdgarSteeleFramedByBillMahersCousinTheTerroristBomberAssassin Rick Adams Radio Interview Part 2: http://www.archive.org/details/EdgarSteeleFramedByBillMahersCousinTheTerroristBomberAssassin2 Attorney Ed...
Keywords: constitutional law; due process; dirty cops
|Due process of law under the federal Constitution - McGehee, Lucius Polk|
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Keywords: Constitutional law; Due process of law
|Due process of law : in relation to statutory uncertainty and constructive offences, giving much needed enlightenment to legislators bar and bench - Schroeder, Theodore Albert, 1864-1953|
Keywords: Due process of law -- United States
|Principles In Liberty #33 - Sanford Staab|
Recorded on 12/30/2008 00:52 Fixing Due Process to get at the spirit of the law. 01:28 Plea bargin fix 02:07 Example: a serial killer situation from Alaska from Preston 03:06 Letting serial killers go to justify the cost of the justice system. 04:45 Example where a defense attorney is good. 05:55 Democracy kills justice 06:20 Really bad crimes in Alaska litany 07:26 Why this happens. No Ethics. 08:30 more crimes 12:20 Divorce as a cause of some murders 13:47 Every 3 months a guy kills his family...
Keywords: IRS; Republican Party Elections; Divorce; Crimes; Serial Killers; Due Process
|Estudos de direito processual - Clovis Juarez Kemmerich|
Quatro estudos de Direito Processual: 1 O principio do devido processo legal procedimental, 2 Sistemas de apreciacao da prova, 3 O conceito de sentenca civel no direito brasileiro, 4 O formalismo no conhecimento do agravo de instrumento. Studies on procedural law: procedural due process of law, systems of proof evaluation, the concept of sentence (final judgment) in the Brazilian law, the role of formal requirements in the admission of the bill of review.
Keywords: legal principles; procedural due process of law; constitutional law
|Due process in security clearance determinations : joint hearing before the Subcommittee on Civil and Constitutional Rights of the Committee on the Judiciary and the Subcommittee on the Civil Service of the Committee on Post Office and Civil Service, House of Representatives, One Hundred Third Congress, first session, May 5, 1993 - United States. Congress. House. Committee on the Judiciary. Subcommittee on Civil and Constitutional Rights|
Includes bibliographical references
Keywords: Security clearances -- United States; Due process of law -- United States
|Judicial redefinition of state action in regard to due process issues in nonpublic educational institutions - Murphy, Dennis Dailey, 1947-|
Keywords: United States; Constitutional amendments; Private schools; Due process of law
Keywords: Beyond the Pale; WBAI; Petra Bartosiewicz; Terrorism; Civil Rights; Fair Trial; Due Process; Solitary
|Lesson 38: Due Process and Criminal Rights|
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Keywords: Due Process; Self-Incrimination; Trials, Rights; Capital Punishment; American Government; Advanced Placement
|ERIC ED382144: DOD Service Academies: Comparison of Honor and Conduct Adjudicatory Processes. Report to Congressional Committees. - ERIC|
This report describes and compares the honor and conduct systems at the Department of Defense's service academies and describes the attitudes and perceptions of students toward these systems. Principal findings included the following: (1) academy honor systems differ regarding toleration and standards of proof; (2) honor systems provide the majority of due process protections, while limiting others (such as the right to representation by counsel); (3) what constitutes an honor violation is uncle...
Keywords: ERIC Archive; Codes of Ethics; Discipline Policy; Due Process; Higher Education; Military Schools; Student Attitudes
|Music Free Static Episode 113 - Randall Smith|
_______________________________ MUSIC FREE STATIC EPISODE 113 _______________________________Table of Contents_________________1 0:00:00 Introduction2 0:01:49 Community3 0:41:59 Ad: Audible.com4 0:45:49 Due Process5 CopyrightOriginally posted at http://youtu.be/hNMgHMZD8VQ1 0:00:00 Introduction====================== Welcome to Music Free Static. This is episode 113 recorded on August 30th, 2014. New shows air every Saturday. Become a patron of Music Free Static at [htt...
Keywords: politics; NFL; domestic violence; sexual assault; community; due process; conservative; libertarian
|ERIC ED312854: Preparation for Special Education Hearings: A Practical Guide to Lessening the Trauma of Due Process Hearings. - ERIC|
One of the fundamental rights guaranteed by the Education of the Handicapped Act is the right to an impartial due process hearing. Such hearings are often difficult and emotionally draining experiences. They need not be so difficult, however, because proper and sensitive preparation for a hearing can minimize its negative emotional impact. This monograph presents fundamental information about the hearing process, followed by a practical step-by-step guide to help school system personnel prepare ...
Keywords: ERIC Archive; Child Advocacy; Coping; Disabilities; Due Process; Elementary Secondary Education; Hearings; School Counseling; Student Rights
|Dan Sawyer and Friends discuss Police Provocateur Activity RBC Arson - Jane Scharf|
Dan Sawyer, Amy Miller, John Hollingsworth, Pete Blais,
Keywords: police provocateur; due process; RBC Arson; Dan Sawyer; Amy Miller; John Hollingsworth; Pete Blais
|Due process of law and the equal protection of the laws : a treatise based, in the main, on the cases in which the Supreme Court of the United States has granted or denied relief upon the one ground or the other - Taylor, Hannis, 1851-1922|
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Keywords: Constitutional law; Administrative law; Due process of law; Equality before the law
|ERIC ED330164: The EHA and Mainstreaming: Has the Idaho Supreme Court Taken a Step Backward? - ERIC|
The paper examines an Idaho Supreme Court decision (Thornock versus Boise Independent School District) that placement of a severely handicapped student in a regular classroom with the assistance of an aide was preferable to placement in a segregated special education classroom. The paper argues that this decision is contrary to the provisions of the Education for All Handicapped Children Act, to Congressional intent, and to established case law which has held that the least restrictive environme...
Keywords: ERIC Archive; Court Litigation; Due Process; Educational Legislation; Elementary Secondary Education; Federal Legislation; Mainstreaming; Severe Disabilities; Student Placement
|ERIC ED384614: Standard Setting as Psychometric Due Process: Going a Little Further Down an Uncertain Road. - ERIC|
The concept of due process provides an analogy for the process of standard setting that emphasizes many of the procedural and substantive elements of the process over technical and statistical concerns. Surely such concerns can and should continue to be addressed. However, a sound rationale for standard setting does not rest on this foundation. Standard setting on educational assessments will continue to be a fundamental concern because it inescapably involves the collection and synthesis of hum...
Keywords: ERIC Archive; Criteria; Decision Making; Due Process; Educational Assessment; Evaluative Thinking; Knowledge Level; Psychometrics; Standard Setting (Scoring); Standards; Synthesis
|ERIC ED375013: Justice for All, All for Justice. - ERIC|
This document presents three articles on law-related education (LRE) written either by or for students. Brent Halling, a senior at Castle High School in Newburgh, Indiana, opens the collection with an article on how due process protects rights. Halling explains the concept of due process and illustrates its reach through the case of Kenneth Donaldson, whom the Supreme Court freed in 1975 from a coerced confinement in a Florida mental hospital...
Keywords: ERIC Archive; Citizenship Education; Criminal Law; Due Process; High Schools; Justice; Law Related Education; Racial Integration; Social Studies
|Our Protest Against Bogus Court Proceedings And The Denial Of Due Process - Cibeles Jolivette Gonzalez|
This is a December 16th 2010 letter that was written a day after the Family Court judge decided that she would end all trials and send her verdict by mail!We never in a year and a half got a chance to present evidence to speak after our two sons were taken away from us two years ago without an investigation. The second part of the report sent is found at the link below: Protest Against Bogus Court Proceedings 2nd Part A Recent Letter That We Wrote Protesting An Error That Was Made With Our Yo...
Keywords: DCYF abuse; civil rights violations; activism; foster care; justice; false accusations; kangaroo court; due process; Constitutional rights
|ERIC ED336884: Client Assistance Program: A Rehabilitation Resource. Institute on Rehabilitation Issues (15th, Tampa, Florida, December 1988). - ERIC|
This report provides guidelines for Client Assistance Programs (CAPs), established to assist applicants and clients of programs and facilities funded under the Rehabilitation Act of 1973. This report developed out of a study to provide information to increase cooperative approaches of benefit to both programs and clients and to create training materials for CAP and rehabilitation program personnel...
Keywords: ERIC Archive; Advocacy; Agency Cooperation; Delivery Systems; Disabilities; Due Process; Evaluation Methods; Federal Legislation; Rehabilitation; Services; Staff Development; Standards
|ERIC ED356517: The Due Care Paradigm of School Leadership. - ERIC|
The Due Care paradigm for the successful restructuring of organizations is presented in this paper, with attention to the paradigm's role in creating a fundamental shift from vertical (top/down) decision making to shared governance. The first section explains how due care is linked to three legal terms in tort law--substantive due process, due diligence, and due regard. The five principles of substantive due process include knowledge of expectations, assistance, results, corrective action, and m...
Keywords: ERIC Archive; Administrative Change; Due Process; Educational Administration; Elementary Secondary Education; Models; Organizational Change; Organizational Theories; Theory Practice Relationship
|ERIC ED354675: Mediation in Special Education. Technical Assistance Paper. - ERIC|
Mediation in special education is a process intended to assist parents, schools, and agencies in resolving disagreements regarding the special education program of a student with disabilities. A trained mediator works with the parties to guide them toward a mutually satisfactory solution that meets the best interests of the student. This occurs at a nonadversarial session which is more structured than a parent-school conference, but less formal than a due process hearing...
Keywords: ERIC Archive; Disabilities; Due Process; Elementary Secondary Education; Grievance Procedures; Negotiation Agreements; Parent School Relationship; Problem Solving; Special Education; State Programs; Student Placement
|ERIC ED361931: The Third Wave of Due Process--State Special Education Complaint Investigations. - ERIC|
This presentation outlines the complaint investigation process developed by the Maine Department of Education to ensure a timely response to complaints concerning special education services, and to provide third party mediation and arbitration as needed. Complaint procedures required under federal regulations are outlined. Strengths and weaknesses of the use of due process hearings and complaints under the Educational General Administrative Regulations and state regulations are also discussed...
Keywords: ERIC Archive; Arbitration; Board of Education Policy; Disabilities; Due Process; Elementary Secondary Education; Federal Legislation; Grievance Procedures; Parent Rights; State Legislation; State Programs
|ERIC ED345422: Evaluating the Effectiveness of Mediation as an Alternative to the Due Process Theory in Special Education. Final Report, 9/1/86-8/31/87. - ERIC|
This study examined the effectiveness of mediation (in comparison with due process hearings) in resolving disputes between parents of children with disabilities and school districts. Respondents (from 10 states) included 35 parents who had taken part in a mediation procedure only; 29 in a mediation procedure prior to a due process hearing; and 18 in a due process hearing only. The "Parent Satisfaction Survey" was developed and used to assess parental satisfaction with either the due process hear...
Keywords: ERIC Archive; Arbitration; Attitude Measures; Attitudes; Conflict Resolution; Disabilities; Due Process; Elementary Secondary Education; Hearings; National Surveys; Parent Attitudes; Parent School Relationship; Participant Satisfaction; School Districts; Special Education
|ERIC ED349764: Special Education Mediation: Real Solutions Where Everyone Wins. - ERIC|
This brochure describes a cooperative way to help resolve differences of opinion between New York parents and schools regarding special education programs and services. It describes special education mediation as a process in which the parent or guardian of a student with a disability and a representative of the school district meet with a mediator, who is an independent person. Such issues as when and where meetings are scheduled and the lack of costs to parents are noted...
Keywords: ERIC Archive; Arbitration; Disabilities; Due Process; Educational Policy; Elementary Secondary Education; Meetings; Parent Rights; Parent School Relationship; Parent Teacher Cooperation; Special Education; State Programs; Student Rights
|ERIC ED343295: Sexuality and Developmental Disabilities: An Investigation of Sexual Incidents at Bernard Fineson Developmental Center. - ERIC|
This report is the result of an investigation by the New York State Commission on Quality of Care for the Mentally Disabled of the Bernard Fineson Developmental Center's policies and practices concerning sexual incidents among residents. It also raises broader issues about the meaning of consent when sexual activity involves persons with severe or profound mental retardation. The report concludes that the Center's lack of supervision has failed to protect residents and allowed numerous serious i...
Keywords: ERIC Archive; Adults; Compliance (Legal); Due Process; Institutional Role; Institutionalized Persons; Investigations; Legal Responsibility; Personal Autonomy; Quality Control; Residential Institutions; Severe Mental Retardation; Sexual Abuse; Sexuality; Supervision
|ERIC ED355595: School Dress Codes v. The First Amendment: Ganging up on Student Attire. - ERIC|
Do school dress codes written with the specific purpose of limiting individual dress preferences, including dress associated with gangs, infringe on speech freedoms granted by the First Amendment of the U.S. Constitution? Although the Supreme Court has extended its protection of political speech to nonverbal acts of communication, it has determined that students' choice of dress as a means of personal expression can be regulated by school officials...
Keywords: ERIC Archive; Administrators; Dress Codes; Due Process; Educational Environment; Freedom of Speech; High School Students; High Schools; Legal Problems; Nonverbal Communication; School Law; Student Rights; Student School Relationship
|ERIC ED380963: Inquiry and Complaint System Relating to the Education of Exceptional Children. AZ-TAS Themes & Issues: A Series of Topical Papers on Special Education. - ERIC|
This paper outlines procedures for making inquiries or complaints relating to the education of children and youth with disabilities in Arizona. It encourages individuals to first contact the administration of the local public school district or agency and then offers steps to follow to register a complaint with the Arizona Department of Education, Special Education Section. The responsibility of the state agency in investigating and responding to the complaint is outlined...
Keywords: ERIC Archive; Compliance (Legal); Disabilities; Due Process; Elementary Secondary Education; Federal Government; Government Role; Grievance Procedures; Public Agencies; School Districts; State Departments of Education; State Government
|ERIC ED386003: Handbook on: Rights, Responsibilities, Procedures. - ERIC|
This handbook presents policies and procedures that affect three schools operated by the Illinois Department of Rehabilitation Services to serve students with disabilities: the Illinois Center for Rehabilitation and Education-Roosevelt, Illinois School for the Deaf, and the Illinois School for the Visually Impaired. The handbook includes information on the code of conduct; rights and responsibilities of students, parents, and staff members; infractions; disciplinary actions; and the appeals proc...
Keywords: ERIC Archive; Deafness; Disabilities; Discipline Policy; Due Process; Elementary Secondary Education; Guidelines; Rehabilitation Centers; School Policy; Special Schools; Student Behavior; Student Responsibility; Student Rights; Visual Impairments
|ERIC ED385031: Special Educational Needs Tribunal: How To Appeal. - ERIC|
The appeal process to the Special Educational Needs Tribunal in the United Kingdom is explained for parents who disagree with decisions of Local Education Authorities (LEAs) about a child's special educational needs. Conditions under which an appeal can be made to the Tribunal are identified, as are issues not appropriate for the Tribunal. The guide includes information on the following: sources of advice, time limits to appeal, documents needed, what happens when the appeal is received, dealing...
Keywords: ERIC Archive; Disabilities; Due Process; Educational Policy; Elementary Secondary Education; Foreign Countries; Hearings; Parent Rights; Parent School Relationship; Special Education; Student Needs
|ERIC ED333590: State Law Challenges to School Discipline: An Outline of Claims and Case Summaries. - ERIC|
This publication presents topic headings that may be used as a checklist of state law grounds for challenging a disciplinary action. Topics include: (1) illegality in rule adoption; (2) inadequate notice that conduct is subject to discipline; (3) existence of a protected interest; (4) inadequate notice of hearing; (5) inadequate hearing procedures; (6) unauthorized discipline; (7) discipline inconsistent with a body's own rules; (8) discipline inconsistent with a state statute or regulation; (9)...
Keywords: ERIC Archive; Court Litigation; Discipline; Due Process; Elementary Secondary Education; Higher Education; Legal Problems; Libel and Slander; Privacy; School Law; State Legislation; Student Rights
|ERIC ED387990: When Parents and Educators Do Not Agree: Using Mediation To Resolve Conflicts about Special Education. A Guidebook for Parents. - ERIC|
This booklet for parents, in question and answer format, provides basic information on the mediation process in the resolution of conflicts between parents and educators concerning special education. The first section is intended to help parents decide if mediation is the appropriate route in their situation. It addresses such topics as how mediation differs from a due process hearing, how mediation differs from other meetings with educators, why parents should consider mediation, who mediators ...
Keywords: ERIC Archive; Arbitration; Conflict Resolution; Decision Making; Disabilities; Due Process; Elementary Secondary Education; Parent Participation; Parent Rights; Parent School Relationship; Special Education; Student Rights
|ERIC ED335844: California Special Education Programs: A Composite of Laws: Education Code--Part 30, Other Related Laws, and California Code of Regulations--Title 5. Revised to Cover Laws Enacted during 1990. Thirteenth Edition. - ERIC|
This compilation cites the legal provisions of Part 30 of the California Education Code relative to special education programs; Chapter 1 of Division 3 of Title 5 of the California Code of Regulations relative to special education for children with disabilities; and other parts of the Education Code, Health and Safety Code, Government Code, and Welfare and Institutions Code having a direct impact on special education and related services for individuals with exceptional needs...
Keywords: ERIC Archive; Disabilities; Due Process; Elementary Secondary Education; Legal Responsibility; Preschool Education; Program Implementation; Special Education; Special Needs Students; State Legislation; State Standards
|ERIC ED368130: Procedures for Child Study Committees Operating in Virginia. - ERIC|
This Virginia document first states the mission of the Child Study Committee (CSC), clarifies its role, and delineates its functions from other existing programs and services. The CSC mission is stated as providing a school-based mechanism to enable school personnel to meet the needs of individual children having difficulty in the educational setting. Committee membership (both required and recommended) is delineated...
Keywords: ERIC Archive; Committees; Decision Making; Disabilities; Due Process; Elementary Secondary Education; Interdisciplinary Approach; Meetings; Prereferral Intervention; Referral; State Legislation; State Standards; Student Evaluation; Student Placement; Teamwork
|ERIC ED320195: Managing the Incompetent Teacher. Second Edition. - ERIC|
Featuring the same practical guidelines for ridding schools of incompetent teachers as the 1984 edition, this new edition incorporates substantially revised material on three topics: criteria and information sources for evaluating teaching effectiveness, remediation procedures, and grounds for dismissal. The book presents an eight-step systematic, organizational approach to resolving several interrelated problems: (1) the legal barriers to dismissing tenured teachers for classroom incompetence; ...
Keywords: ERIC Archive; Accountability; Administrator Responsibility; Due Process; Elementary Secondary Education; Job Performance; Teacher Dismissal; Teacher Effectiveness; Teacher Evaluation; Teacher Improvement; Teacher Responsibility
|ERIC ED381305: Frontier Justice: Adaptations of Nevada's IDEA Complaint Investigation Process for Rural/Remote Areas. - ERIC|
This paper describes the complaint investigation process for rural remote areas of Nevada as required by the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA). Complaints are first filed with the Nevada Department of Education superintendent of public instruction. Complaints can be initiated by anyone and must state what regulations the public agency has violated and provide facts to support this claim...
Keywords: ERIC Archive; Civil Rights; Compliance (Legal); Disabilities; Due Process; Educational Policy; Elementary Secondary Education; Government School Relationship; Public Agencies; Rural Areas; Rural Education; Special Education; State Regulation
|ERIC ED370274: Questions Often Asked about Special Education Services = Preguntas sobre los servicios de educacion especial. - ERIC|
This guide, available in both English and Spanish, answers questions often asked by parents about special education services. Questions and answers address the following topics: where to begin if a parent believes a child needs special education services, services available to very young children, the evaluation process, the Individualized Education Program and its development, parental disagreement with the school about what is appropriate for a child, procedures for acquiring increased service...
Keywords: ERIC Archive; Disabilities; Due Process; Educational Methods; Elementary Secondary Education; Individualized Education Programs; Legal Responsibility; Parent Participation; Parent Role; Preschool Education; School Responsibility; Special Education; Student Evaluation
|ERIC ED372504: Reduction in Force. School Management Advisor, Issue 24. - ERIC|
This document examines the legal requirements for the reduction in force (RIF) of North Carolina Department of Public Instruction employees, with a focus on certified (instructional) staff. A question-and-answer section discusses areas of concern to administrators about the reduction-in-force process. North Carolina State law relating to the RIF process is highlighted, specifically: the system of employment for public school teachers, grounds for dismissal, the hearing procedure, and the appeals...
Keywords: ERIC Archive; Compliance (Legal); Dismissal (Personnel); Due Process; Elementary Secondary Education; Employment Practices; Grievance Procedures; Personnel Policy; Reduction in Force; State Legislation; Teacher Rights
|ERIC ED388567: The United Nations Peace Action Plan. Case Study--Cambodia. A Curriculum for Secondary School Students. - ERIC|
This curriculum module for students in grades 9-12 focuses on the United Nations (UN) peace action plan evolving as a partnership between Cambodia and the UN. The eight lessons provide students with varied opportunities for hands-on experiences. Divided into four sections, section 1, "Lesson", includes: (1) "Peacemakers"; (2) "The United Nations: Successes and Failures in Securing Peace"; (3) "The United Nations: A Four Part Peace Action Plan"; (4) "Story of Cambodia"; (5) "The United Nations: P...
Keywords: ERIC Archive; Civil Liberties; Civil Rights; Conflict Resolution; Cooperation; Democracy; Due Process; Equal Protection; Foreign Countries; Freedom; International Programs; Justice; Peace; Secondary Education; Social Studies
|ERIC ED349779: "Side-by-Side" Profile of Proposed Changes in New IDEA Regulations. - ERIC|
This bulletin edition provides a side-by-side comparison of: (1) statutory provisions of Part B of the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act, as modified by the Education of the Handicapped Act Amendments of 1990 (Public Law 101-476); (2) the U.S. Department of Education's explanation for regulatory changes proposed to implement the statutory revisions; and (3) regulatory language proposed by the Department...
Keywords: ERIC Archive; Definitions; Disabilities; Due Process; Educational Legislation; Elementary Secondary Education; Federal Legislation; Federal Regulation; Handicap Identification; Preschool Education; Staff Development; Teacher Education; Transitional Programs
|ERIC ED323680: Strengthening the Role of Families in States' Early Intervention Systems: Policy Guide to Procedural Safeguards for Infants and Toddlers and Their Families under Part H of the Education of the Handicapped Act. - ERIC|
This book presents recommended policies and procedural safeguards for programs serving infants, toddlers and their families under Part H of the Education of the Handicapped Act. Policies are presented in five chapters covering: (1) consent to assessment, evaluation and services; (2) notice of parents' rights and of proposed actions; (3) right to review and correct records; (4) confidentiality of personally identifying information; and (5) administrative procedures for resolving parents' complain...
Keywords: ERIC Archive; Administrative Policy; Civil Rights Legislation; Confidentiality; Disabilities; Due Process; Early Childhood Education; Early Intervention; Educational Legislation; Educational Policy; Federal Legislation; Federal Regulation; Parent Grievances; Parent Rights
|ERIC ED323644: Due Process in Student Discipline in Non-Public Schools. - ERIC|
A study to determine the status of disciplinary procedures in nonpublic high schools in Nebraska and Kansas is described in this report. A two-part questionnaire to assess schools' written policies and actual practices was administered to 68 out of 72 private schools, a 94 percent response rate. Findings indicate that the majority of nonpublic schools in the two states under study provide students with procedural due process in disciplinary situations involving suspension and expulsion, although...
Keywords: ERIC Archive; Civil Liberties; Discipline; Discipline Policy; Due Process; Educational Administration; Expulsion; High Schools; Private Education; Private Schools; Student Rights; Student School Relationship; Supervision; Suspension
|ERIC ED323687: Legal Issues and the Gifted: Implications for Education. - ERIC|
This monograph compiles and analyzes court cases and due process hearings related to the identification and provision of services for gifted and talented youth, with special focus on the state of Indiana. Federal legislation related to the gifted commenced with the National Defense Education Act, followed by the 1969 amendments to the Elementary and Secondary Education Act. These and other federal measures stimulated initiatives within the states to develop educational opportunities for the tale...
Keywords: ERIC Archive; Arbitration; Compliance (Legal); Court Litigation; Due Process; Educational Practices; Elementary Secondary Education; Federal Legislation; Gifted; Legal Responsibility; State Legislation
|ERIC ED374061: "Into Your Hands His Life and Liberty...." A Collection of Significant Cases from the Rhode Island Courts. First Edition. - ERIC|
Six cases from Rhode Island court history are presented in this document. The cases, dating from the time of Roger Williams to the 1970s, examine religious freedom, personal freedom, treason, robbery, murder, and drug possession. Each case is summarized and questions are supplied to help students understand crime and punishment in Rhode Island. A glossary of words and phrases concludes the document...
Keywords: ERIC Archive; Citizenship Education; Civics; Civil Liberties; Civil Rights; Constitutional Law; Court Litigation; Criminal Law; Due Process; Higher Education; Law Related Education; Secondary Education; Social Studies
|ERIC ED388566: WE: Lessons on Equal Worth and Dignity. The United Nations and Human Rights (Grades 7-12). Educating for Peace Project. - ERIC|
This curriculum module for students in grades 7-12 focuses on the subject of tolerance. The lessons provide students with opportunities to develop knowledge about issues and events of intergroup relations, increase student awareness of the dynamics of intolerance, and help students build a framework for developing their thinking about these issues. Divided into six sections, section 1, "Teacher to Teacher," provides: (1) "Invitation and Challenge"; (2) "Sample Parent Letter"; and (3) "President ...
Keywords: ERIC Archive; Civil Liberties; Civil Rights; Conflict Resolution; Democracy; Due Process; Equal Protection; Freedom; Human Dignity; International Crimes; Justice; Peace; Secondary Education; Social Studies
|ERIC ED310612: Individual Vocational Education Planning (IVEP): A Handbook for Assistant Principals for Instruction, Vocational Teachers, Special Educators/Support Personnel, Guidance Counselors. - ERIC|
The handbook is intended to provide school administrators, vocational teachers, special education teachers/supportive personnel, and guidance counselors with the basic guidelines and strategies for implementing the Individual Vocational Education Planning (IVEP) process for disadvantaged. limited-English proficient, and handicapped secondary students in Tucson, Arizona. The handbook is also intended to help educators comply with requirements of the Carl D...
Keywords: ERIC Archive; Career Education; Compliance (Legal); Disabilities; Disadvantaged Youth; Due Process; Limited English Speaking; Long Range Planning; Records (Forms); Secondary Education; Student Educational Objectives; Vocational Education
|ERIC ED328029: A Digest and Comparative Analysis of Major Federal Programs Affecting Infants and Toddlers with Handicaps and Their Families. - ERIC|
This study analyzes major federal programs designed to provide services to children, from birth through age 2, who have developmental delays or a high probability of developmental delays, and their families. Programs were selected based on their provision of education or health-related services to infants and toddlers with handicaps and their families, and on the relevance of the program to policymakers working with Part H of Public Law 99-457, the Education of the Handicapped Act Amendments, 19...
Keywords: ERIC Archive; Advisory Committees; Comparative Analysis; Disabilities; Due Process; Early Intervention; Evaluation; Family Programs; Federal Legislation; Federal Programs; Handicap Identification; Health Services; Infants; Parent Education; Preschool Education; Toddlers
|ERIC ED378771: Meeting the Needs of All Students: Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973. Revised. - ERIC|
This document presents a detailed explanation of Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 and its procedural requirements; sample procedural documents; highlights of the major differences among Section 504, the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), and the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA); a flow chart of the accommodation process; sample accommodation plans; and suggestions for working with the U.S...
Keywords: ERIC Archive; Civil Rights Legislation; Compliance (Legal); Definitions; Disabilities; Due Process; Educational Legislation; Elementary Secondary Education; Federal Legislation; Legal Responsibility; Rehabilitation; School Responsibility; Special Education
|ERIC ED378714: Mediation and Due Process Procedures in Special Education: An Analysis of State Policies. Final Report. Project FORUM. - ERIC|
This survey of 50 states and 3 of 10 non-state U.S. jurisdictions concerning state due process procedures focuses mainly on the use of mediation as a form of dispute resolution that offers an alternative to due process hearings in special education. A background section discusses the definition of mediation and the mediation process. Survey findings that are discussed include the prevalence and duration of state mediation systems, timelines, mediators, funding, the involvement of attorneys, numb...
Keywords: ERIC Archive; Administrator Attitudes; Arbitration; Conflict Resolution; Disabilities; Due Process; Educational Policy; Elementary Secondary Education; Hearings; Incidence; National Surveys; Program Effectiveness; State Government